The Asia Pacific Architecture forum is not solely about architecture.
Included in the program of events is a special conversation which explores the curatorial, design and engineering challenges involved in realising and installing Asim Waqif’s large scale installation ‘All we leave behind are the memories’ (2015) in GOMA’s Long Gallery.
Guest speakers included in the panel are: Michael Kennedy, owner, Kennedy’s Timbers; Michael O’Sullivan, Design Manager, QAGOMA; and Tarun Nagesh, Associate Curator, Asian Art, QAGOMA; in conversation with Cameron Bruhn, Editorial Director, Architecture Media.
This program is presented in partnership with the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum and Queensland Art Gallery Gallery of Modern Art.
When: Friday 11 March
Where: Gallery 1.2, GoMA, Stanley Place, South Brisbane
This event is part of the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum, an initiative of Architecture Media and State Library of Queensland.
Image above: Asim Waqif / All we leave behind are the memories 2015 / Site-specific work developed for APT8 / This project has been supported by Kennedy’s Timbers, Brisbane / Image courtesy: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art / Photographer: Joe Ruckli